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4.6 Mustang technical forum / 2009 mustang gt
« Last post by mdk442 on October 01, 2014, 05:48:31 PM »
did ford use the 2 piece sparkplug in these motors too and will i run into an issue removing the plugs with the potential breaking or was this corrected for 2009 model to one piece plug?
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Mustang Discussions / Re: Owners manuals free download
« Last post by rockymax945 on September 30, 2014, 06:33:47 AM »
Manuals of any vehicle is important for the user who using car first time. All the user have no more information about the vehicle maintenance and their features. So, Manuals is best for all the users. When ever my parents purchase vehicle and other tools, I have found that  manuals is must required to manage that tool.

Thanks for providing this..  :)
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Australia, New Zealand / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 10:00:53 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping. I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Europe / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 09:59:57 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping. I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Mustang forums Canada / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 09:59:18 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping ($15-$18 depending where you live). I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Foro Ford Mustang en Espanol / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 09:58:45 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping . I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Mustang forums USA / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 09:57:28 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping ($15-$18 depending where you live). I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Classic Mustang Technical forum / Seat Track Extenders 1965-1970 Mustangs
« Last post by rebel Racing on September 29, 2014, 09:52:38 AM »
Hi Guys,

     I'm an active member over at Vintage Mustangs Forum and stumbled upon this site.  Hopefully this post is not against the rules (if it is, MODS, please delete it).  I am making seat track extenders for '64.5-'70 Mustangs.  these are a 10 min bolt on ans give you an additional 2" of rear travel in the seat.  Once moved all the way back, you also get a slight increase in head room.  They are machined from steel and feature grade 8 hardware.  Below is the post from VMF if anyone is interested in seeing more of them.  Thanks!!


   Hi Guys,

Just got the seat track extenders back from the machine shop. I am very impressed with the quality of his work. I have attached several pics of them by themselves as well during installation. The addition of these extenders will allow you to move the seat back slightly over 2". It also gives you a tiny bit more headroom as the further back the seat slides it brings you a little lower. They will fit '65-70 cars.

Now, for the numbers side of things.........as promised, I will make them up for less than anyone has them advertised elsewhere (although I didn't see anything currently out there). I'm offering them to list members for $80 plus shipping ($15-$18 depending where you live). I'd prefer PayPal but will take your check. I've tried to keep the costs down to a minimum for you guys but will need to up the price a bit when I sell them on Ebay to cover their new selling fees.

Please feel free to contact me for any other info. You can check my Ebay profile through my user name of rebel-racing (100% positive on over 350 transactions). If you are ready, you can send the $$ to my personal email at: swc@odyssey.on.ca

     Here is a link to several pictures from the above post  http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/1964-1-2-through-1966-mustang-parts-sale/663475-seat-track-extenders-mi-area.html

Thanks!!
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Mustang Discussions / Re: vin location
« Last post by rockymax945 on September 29, 2014, 07:03:23 AM »
Ford Motor Company stamped the serial number at three places. One is seen looking down into the engine compartment. You’ll only be able to view the two others when the body is removed from the frame. When you locate the Ford serial number on the frame in the engine compartment.
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4.6 Mustang technical forum / Is this the same block?
« Last post by Bonez on September 25, 2014, 08:24:35 PM »
I have a 2004 ford p71 crown victoria engine that i got for free. Im wondering besides being an iron block, is there any difference between the 2005+ 3v block and the 2004 2v block?
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